Productivity at your Desktop
The Xerox DocuMate 150, color sheetfed document scanner, scans up to 18 pages per minute (ppm), includes a 50-page automatic document feeder and has the ability to automatically scan documents into searchable PDF files. The Xerox DocuMate 150 was designed specifically for desktop use and incorporates Visioneer OneTouch technology for eliminating multiple steps in sending scanned documents to predetermined applications or devices.
The scanner offers a professional software bundle that includes Nuance PaperPort and OmniPage Pro. It also ships with an advanced TWAIN driver to enable communication with advanced electronic content management (ECM) software applications. Do you want to do more with the paper on your desk? Would you like to copy it, collate it, file it, search it, mail it and make it disappear? Sounds time consuming doesn't it? How about if you could do all that with just one touch?
Powerful scanning at the touch of a button
Visioneer OneTouch technology also allows users to easily set the "destination" of their scanned documents by pressing a button and selecting one of nine pre-programmed (or user-customizable) scan settings. "Destination" examples include scan to searchable PDF, scan to e-mail, scan to print, scan to archive, scan to network, and scan to OCR.
Perfect scans from imperfect originals
A joint development project, Visioneer OneTouch with Kofax VRS technology is an integrated software solution that combines the ease of Visioneer OneTouch scanning, with the superior image quality achieved with Kofax VRS (VirtualReScan ) technology that results in scanned images that are of the best quality possible in one simple step. Document imaging is rapidly growing in nearly every business today. As more users adopt scanning solutions at the desktop, it has become clear that ease-of-use is a key feature. Most new users in document imaging are not scanner experts, so simplified, point-and-click solutions that deliver high quality images and integration with business applications are in demand
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